Sowore Shares Video Of Osinbajo Returning From Abuja, Says He Did Nothing To Make Nigeria Better
Human rights activist and former African Action Congress presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore has attacked outgoing Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. (Photo courtesy of the official Facebook page for The Punch) Sowore, who is known for his candour, posted a video of Osinbajo and his wife, Dolapo Osinbajo, stepping off a plane.
Fuel Subsidy: President Tinubu Trying to Face Public Resistance - Sowore
According to Vanguard, African Action Congress (AAC) presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore claimed that President Bola Tinubu is about to face public resistance over his "thoughtless petrol subsidy policy". In a post via his Twitter account on Sunday, Sowore claimed that "Tinubu was driven by imprudence when he boasted that he would eliminate subsidies whether people protested or not."
Removal of fuel subsidy is done to help the elites in Nigeria- Sowore
Recall that in the inauguration speech of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Monday, he mentioned that the era of fuel subsidy is gone. This pronouncement has led to the increment of fuel price across Nigeria and has generated mixed feelings from the public. In the argument of the supporters of Tinubu on the development, they said that other candidates that contested the February 25 election with Tinubu including Peter Obi, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Omoyele Sowore said they will remove fuel subsidy if elected into office.
Fuel Subsidy: Supporters Of Tinubu Are Now Unable To Go To Work—Omoyele Sowore
African Action Congress (AAC) Presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore has criticised President Bola Tinubu for his plan to eliminate fuel subsidy. This was mentioned by Sowore on Wednesday in a tweet from his verified account. The AAC Presidential candidate, who opposes the elimination of fuel subsidy, claimed Tinubu neglected to declare an increase in the minimum wage from N30,000 to N250,000.
There Is Nothing Wrong, If You Admit That You Want Seun Killed Because He Didn't Support Obi-Omoyele
Nigerian human rights advocate and pro-democracy campaigner Omoyele Sowore is best known for launching the internet news organization Sahara Reporters. He established the African Action Congress party in August 2018 and competed for president in the 2019 Nigerian general election on its behalf. In the Nigerian general election of 2023, Sowore is also a candidate for president.
Dele Farotimi Reacts After He Was Asked Why He Doesn't Align With Sowore Anymore
Dele Farotimi, a political activist and attorney, responded when he was questioned about why he no longer supported Omoyele Stephen Sowore, the AAC's presidential candidate. The Twitter user made his observations and questioned the attorney about his justification. Farotimi responded to the Twitter user in a post on his own Twitter page, claiming that they are very happy with one another.
Sowore Reacts As Police Say Officer Assaulted By Seun Kuti Is Now In Coma
Few days ago, a viral video surfaced online, which showed the moment popular Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Seun Kuti, was involved in an altercation with a police officer, during which Seun Kuti assaulted the police officer. Seun Kuti was therefore arrested yesterday by the police, after he turned himself in.